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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 10, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Blended whiskey 3.45 80 proof a i 45 it pm 75% Grain Jia i ins Neutral spirits $ distilled dry Gin 3.35 80 proof 4/5 it. 100% Grain Neutral spirits Vodka 80 proof 4/5 it. 100% Grain Neutral spirit Jenkins spirits corp., Ltd. Manchester n. H. Gerald p. Morrissey . Morrissey graduates from Blair Academy j Blairstown n. J. A Gerald Philip Morrissey son of or. And mrs. Gerald e. Morrissey of 226 Dewey St., Bennington was one of 91 students graduated sunday from Blair Academy Here. A member of the 117th graduation class at Blair he was Active in sports having played football baseball and basketball. He won a football award while at Blair. His father is also a Blair alumnus. He is a graduate of Bennington Catholic High school. He plans to enter the University of Vermont this fall. Diplomas were awarded by or. J. Brooks Hoffman of Greenwich conn., president of the school Board of trustees. Headmaster James Howard who received an honorary degree of doctor of letters from Lafayette College Easton pa., june 4, delivered the baccalaureate Sermon. New officers the annual installation of of flyers of court St. Andrew no. 259, Catholic daughters of America was held in their rooms tuesday evening. Mrs. Edythe Healy was the installing officer. The following Are the new officers re elected worthy grand Regent mrs. Anne Cummings worthy vice Regent mrs. Jean Stone worthy Sentinel mrs. Margaret Mcguire worthy Monitor mrs. Mary Lou Remington organist mrs. Eleanor Harvey newly elected worthy prophetess mrs. Katherine Deery worthy lecturer mrs. Ann flood financial Secretary mrs. Eileen Flynn historian mrs. Patricia Perrotta treasurer mrs. Mary Sennett. Trustees for three years mrs. Loretta Amadon and mrs. Estelle Hoth for two years miss Mary Ryan and mrs. Dorothy Kornitzer for one year mrs. Josephine Eddington and miss Catherine Coy. Mrs. Cummings and mrs. Sennett will serve As delegates to the Vermont Council of Catholic women convention at Lake Morey inn Fairlee vt., june 19-20. Mrs. Healy gave a Short talk on the Good of the order and was presented with a White summer bag. Strawberry Shortcake and Coffee was served. Mrs. Jean Stone was the chairman assisted by mrs. Elizabeth earner mrs. Mary Marcoux mrs. Agnes Pietryka mrs. Julie Betit mrs. Estelle Hoth and mrs. Frances Stockman. Ii Rand in pm Hollywood up a a Brand new television series a i dream of Jeannie a starring Barbara Eden is filming for next season. honk Camp drum . A the troops always have something to complain about. One year it s the heat and dust of this huge reservation another year it s the rain and the cold. This year its the mosquitoes. Camp drum personnel have sprayed the areas where the swim suits j 5 98 up preteen to 46 Dryad ales from parking armory lot next door 1,900 Vermont guardsmen Are bivouacked and the guardsmen have swatted and swore but the mosquitoes continue their relentless attack. The stories about them Are Many and of course exaggerated. But certainly you can take the word of a chaplain and the word of chaplain Richard a. Wallace of Bellows Falls certainly can be believed when he said Quot one bit my Nicholi Beach towels by Wamsutter Plain colors fringed ends Gay prints 36�?�x 72�?� Moo Yard goods dept. Treasurer Hogan gets masters degree at Siena Michael j. Hogan jr., treasurer for Bennington a town and Village governments and for the Bennington Village and Rural school districts received his master of business administration mba degree last week from Siena College in Loudonville. . He had previously completed All the work toward his degree except his thesis which he turned in this Spring. Hogan is also a partner in the firm of Hogan and Hurley Public accountants. He is a graduate and a member of the Board of trustees of St. Joseph College and earned his Bachelor of science degree in business administration from Boston University. He and his wife the former Marie Wadsworth live with their two sons at 236 Grandview St. Police probe v Village rashes Bennington Village police report that the front end of a car was damaged in an Accident investigated late tuesday afternoon on county Street. Police said the mishap occurred when a car driven by Ralph Quackenbush of Eagle Bridge ., which was travelling West on county collided with two pieces of two Lnch pipe that extended beyond the Tail Gate of a truck driven by Charles Sargent. Sargent had stopped for the traffic Light at the intersection of North and county streets according to the police report. A car owned by Earl Newman of 225 Union St., was damaged tuesday in a hit run Accident that is still under investigation. Police said Newman s car was parked in front of the Vermont Steak House on West main Street when it was struck in the rear by an unidentified vehicle. The Driver did not Stop. 4-h news notes new league Booklet on state government the Vermont league of women voters has produced a handbook which explains the Basic Structure and functions of Vermont state government. The handbook entitled a Green Mountain citizenship Marks the first time information of this Type has been compiled under one cover. The 102-Page Book contains the Vermont Constitution charts and maps information on voting qualifications and the proper forms for addressing letters to Public officials. It was edited by mrs. Glen Mckibben of South Burlington and financed by a Sears Roebuck foundation Grant which made it possible for the league to sell the publication below Cost. Mrs. Benjamin Vail publications chairman of the Bennington lev has presented complimentary copies to the Bennington free Library Bennington High school North Bennington High school Bennington Catholic High school Donaldc. Hicks executive director of the greater Bennington association county court clerk George h. Plumb Richard Vansantvoord chairman of the town selectmen j. Duncan Campbell Republican town chairman Lawrence f. Powers democratic town chairman vender Elwell of the Bennington county labor Council and to friends of the league. Copies will be on Sale at the go a office and from mrs. Vail who lives at 105 Norton St., Tel. 442-2835. Advice for campers and parents by James a. Edgerton county it a club agent campfires hikes singing and nature study Are traditional at 4-h Camp. One of the other most traditional features of any Camp is homesickness. Our camping season is just around the next Cor p aul Vav. Bohne ii Bulgers confers degree new Brunswick n. J. A Paul w. Bohne ii received a Bachelor of science degree from Rutgers new Jersey s state University wednesday. He will be returning to Bennington the end of this week. Or. Mason w. Gross state University president delivered the charge and conferred the degrees at Rutgers stadium. A total of about 4,100 degrees was awarded at the University s 199th anniversary commencement. Harts honoured on25th w edding or. And mrs. William b. Hart of Burgess Road who observed their 25th wedding anniversary tuesday were entertained at a dinner party at Paradise restaurant tuesday night. There were More than 25 friends and relatives present. Included in the gathering were four of their seven children Christina Donna Dennis and John. Absent were Lee Hart who completes his enlistment with the . Marine corps this week in Florida Linda who is now located also in Florida and Michael who is with the . Marine corps at Camp Pendleton Calif. The celebrants were presented with a Money tree. Musical entertainment followed the dinner. Ner. Here is a Little advice to parents homesickness can be a very real thing. It can be painful and usually is. It can be described As an anxiety caused by separation from the Home environment. It can happen to the Young and old alike. Psychologists would probably Call it its sometimes rather difficult to decide who is More homesick a the parents or the child. Close observation of the homesick child shows the youngster who seems to be in a constant state of anxiety. The same thing holds True for the parents. I have witnessed the homesick child and the homesick Parent in action. Some parents become so homesick at the thought of leaving their youngster at Camp that they literally tear their child away from this experience. A Are you sure you want to stay a a do you think you re going to have enough blankets a a i done to know a the Balcony offered in the College s Burn five performances of a the Balcony by Jean Genet Are being presented by drama division students at Bennington College nightly through sunday this week in a new studio theatre under the direction of Paul t. Gray. The theater recently completed is in a Wing of the barn administration and classroom building which once housed the College Library. Stage areas Arena seating and other permanent installations required for staging and lighting were constructed by students and faculty members of the division under the direction of William Sherman. Seating capacity is 90. Because of the limited capacity the performances will be primarily for the College Community. They will begin at 8 . A because of the intimate nature of the new theatre a the drama division announced a latecomers cannot be seated after the play what Well do without some campers and parents have failed so completely that the camping gear is re loaded. Kid and parents head Home to their hiding place. One great feature of being away for an extended period for the first time is that children Are growing and gaining experiences without the parents. Often a child is making the adjustment very smoothly until the first mail Call. The letters Are reminders of How much the camper is missed at Home. These letters consciously or unconsciously remind him to be unhappy because they Are not around. Even though parents do this unthinkingly the symptoms of the a separation anxiety Are transmitted from the parents to the child. My advice to parents is to keep your farewells and letters cheerful and help your youngster Over this important period of his life. Done to make it More difficult than it need be. The real profit comes from what can happen to the youngster. Separation from the Home of a separation anxiety can be painful and probably will be. But remember it need not be unprofitable. Even though the youngster is at Camp for Good reasons he will undoubtedly write Home a gee i m he May even say a i hate the food a i done to like it these Are simply symptoms of separation anxiety. My advice to parents is a let him he is paying the Price of Independence. Your son or your daughter is growing up. He is taking a major step to the time when he will leave for College or an army base or his first honeymoon cottage. Protection is of. But remember we cannot protect him always. If we think we can in time Home will simply become a hiding place. Not a place of Welcome. Homesickness is real a its real for the camper who is away. Ifs real for the parents who Are at Home. But More important it can be profitable a so make the Best of it. Corky Flynn Nite at the elks club Steak supper and dance saturday june 12h 6 . Reservations phone 442-2736 $2.50 Bill Harts orchestra members and guests Bennington Banner thursday june to 1965-3 Burlington girl wins . Ellis scholarship Judith Lynn Macdonald Ajune graduate of Burlington High school has been named the George Adams Ellis scholar for 1965-66 by Bennington College. The George Adams Ellis scholarship fund was established by Margaret r. Ellis of old Bennington and mrs. Harold Rem Ray nolds the former Ann Ellis of Springfield vt., As a memorial to their late husband and father. Its income provides scholarships for deserving and worthy students who Are residents of Vermont. Miss Macdonald an 18-year-old Honor student who was born and reared in Burlington said she applied at Bennington because a i was most impressed with Bennington s program especially the non resident term and the College s interest bleach student As an individual students work at off Campus jobs during the annual nine week non resident term january to March. Miss Macdonald added that she also was attracted by the fact that Bennington students a Are Given the Opportunity to explore Many areas of music and literature skiing swimming and horseback Riding Are among her extra curricular activities. She is a daughter of or. And mrs. Murdo Glenn Macdonald of Appletree Point Burlington. W in i foot Loose and fancy free in these 3ates floaters >12.00 glad amp to amp a 465 main Street Bennington for the graduate. Or for fathers Day. Give a instamatic camera the new Kodak idea that pushes photography years ahead or. Choose a Brownie Star mite camera outfit k Brownie Star mite d v outfit smallest handiest Brownie Flash camera Ever takes shots amp slides. Mi50 Complete other gift ideas Ball Point Parker pens from $1.79 to 5.00 pen sets from $5.00 to $20 desk sets from $4 to $25 and remember. Barton s Candy is Good for giving As an occasion Evans news 431 main St. I office equipment co. Dial 2-6326 new Catamount staff a gathering for a new photograph Are members of the 1965 tit staff of Bennington High schools Catamount which prepares news stories carried in the Banner of school events and activities. Announcement of the new officeholders was made at the Catamount s annual dinner monday night at the rain barrel restaurant in North Bennington. Seated from left Are Lynn Baker business manager Diane Leblanc editor and Janet Gershaneck associate editor standing Are Kris Sleeman girls sports editor Barbara Garrison reporter Diane Hanson deep Thot columnist David Peterson boys sports editor Kenny Kramer Exchange editor and miss Grace e. Crofton the Catamount s new adviser. Econ Omu Price Del enjoy these Fine Jenkins liquors county court the trial in a civil suit brought in Bennington county court against Legrand Buck Dow of 133 South Branch St. By perms Homes corp. Of Lynn mass., has been postponed and there were indications this week the Case will be discontinued. Atty. John b. Harte Dow s lawyer explained that the trial was postponed after he had brought it to the courts attention this week that Perma Homes is not registered to do business in Vermont. Harte argued that the county court therefore does not have jurisdiction in the Case and made a motion that the suit be dismissed. The civil suit had been scheduled for jury trial during the court s june term in Manchester this week. Perma Homes represented by atty. Stephen h. Gilman had filed the suit to recover $3,500 to cover the Cost of materials and labor the company claims were used while attaching new siding to Dow s House. Dow alleges that after agreeing to the Home improvement project he cancelled the Job after discovering that materials and workmanship were not As they had been represented to him. The next Case scheduled to be heard during the june term is a chancery suit brought by Mabel e. Waite against Thomas Demarco which has been set for Friday. Jury trials Are expected to resume next go a installs Hurlbutt absorbing Reading Donald c. Hicks executive director of the greater Bennington association is absorbed in the new Booklet on Vermont government just published by the Vermont league of women voters. Titled a Green Mountain citizenship Quot it is available at the offices. Ivor latino Joy. Kimberly 95-3 $95.00 she was Winner of the National Council of teachers of English award for Vermont 1964-65, and of a National Merit scholarship letter of commendation. She is a member of the National Honor society and was a member of the National Junior Honor society at Lyman c. Hunt Junior High school in Burlington. Her academic interests include philosophy French Diamond watches by a Al. 7"0/v/ see our selection of Beautiful styles each with a registration certificate by Hamilton the name that Means the most on Diamond watches. From $85.00 flu tax Novecki Shultz inc 411 main St. Bennington it. Last year i gave her diamonds the year before Mink. Now i understand women better. This year i m taking her to the pro jury restaurant for Wear Ai the fair Williamstown 458-4000

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